Caution - Never use gasoline, lantern fuel, charcoal lighter fluid, diesel
fuel, or any other flammable liquid to start the fire. Use of flammable
liquid with this unit can be dangerous and may damage the unit, voiding the warranty.
When the "ON" button is pressed from a cold start, the unit
is in "Start-Up" (after 3 seconds, there will be an "S
U" in the Heat Range and Blower Speed
windows to verify this).
While in this mode, the
unit has a preset heat range and will remain in this mode for 20 minutes to
prevent the unit from over-firing. During this start-up period you can set
the Control Board at the setting you desire; after the start-up is complete,
the unit will run at the user setting. If for some reason the unit does not
come on after pressing the "ON" button, the power cord can be disconnected
for approximately three minutes. After this time, the Control Board can be
re-connected to the power source and you may press the "ON" button again.
The operation of this unit should be checked (dry run) prior to this
Click here for Dry Run Instructions
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Adjust the "Heat Range" to a "5" setting and allow the stove
to burn in this manner for
at least three (3) hours.
This will allow the
unit to "cure out" as the paint and the oils from the manufacturing process
burn off. We recommend you open doors and windows in your dwelling during
this process. Subsequent Cold Starts: In a cold start situation, the unit
should be operated at a "5" setting until the room air blower begins to
Click here for Shutdown Instructions
The start-up cycle for the Auto-Start Igniter is 13 minutes.
The startup mode for the unit will last 20 minutes
Press the "ON" button
only once on start-up. Pressing the "ON" button a second time during the
start-up cycle will cause the start-up cycle to begin again.
If the unit does not start after repeated attempts, the unit can be
manually started with an approved for pellet stove starter material such as
gel or wood chips.
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